OXFORD, Miss. – Furthering his efforts to increase and improve internal and external communications, University of Mississippi Chancellor Jeffrey S. Vitter launched the university’s first Town Hall meeting Monday afternoon (Aug. 29).
Gravitational Waves Detected From Second Pair of Colliding Black Holes
OXFORD, Miss. – University of Mississippi researchers are among scientists worldwide elated that gravitational waves – ripples in the fabric of space-time – have been observed for a second time.
UMMC Neonatal Suite, Simulation Area Give Babies Best Possible Start
JACKSON, Miss. – About 2,500 babies are born at the University of Mississippi Medical Center each year, but approximately one-third of them will need intervention at birth due to low birth weight, congenital defects or distress.
UM’s Granger Wins SEC Faculty Achievement Award
JACKSON, Miss. – Dr. Joey Granger, Billy S. Guyton Distinguished Professor of physiology and biophysics, is the 2016 Southeastern Conference Faculty Achievement Award winner for the University of Mississippi.
UM Museum Named Among Nation’s Best Collegiate Collections
OXFORD, Miss. – Best College Reviews has named the University of Mississippi Museum and its large collection of folk art, Greek and Roman antiquities and other artifacts as one of the nation’s best collegiate art museums.
Research Day Brings Together Campuses, Ideas
JACKSON, Miss – If knowledge is food for the brain, then the 2nd annual UM/UMMC Research Day was a veritable feast. More than 120 presenters provided free samples of their work on Thursday, Mar. 3 in the Norman C. Nelson Student Union.